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'donnell's link to wish craft, stephen colbert, was he mocking congress or making a point? >> this is america. >> ann coulter and marc lamont hill face off, right versus left. i will referee, next on "larry king live." >>> good evening our second week in new york, we kick it off with -- they lined up the wrong way, ann caughter is on the left. conservative commentator, "new york times" best selling author. her most recent book is "guilty, liberal victims and their assault on america" and marc lamont hill, professor at columbia university. he hosts the tv news magazine series, "our world with black enterprise" on cable tv's one and in syndication as well. we thank them both for.coulding. you said in a recent interview, app, you really don't want republicans to win both houses. why? >> well part of it is justification for what i think was going to happen. i never thought republicans could take a senate because only a third of the senators are up in any one election cycle, it happens the third that are up this year come from very blue states, california, new york, oregon, washington, illinois it
republicans whining babies? we'll talk tax cuts, taerpts and christine o'donnell's link to witchcraft. stephen colbert, was he making congress or making a point? ann coulter and marc lame melaml face off. i'll referee. that's next on larry kick live. good evening, our second week in new york and we kick it off with -- they lined up the wrong way. ann kulter is on the left, conservative commentator, "new york times" best selling author. and mark lam mo nt hill, professor at columbia university. he hosts the tv news magazine series "all world with black enterprise" on cable tv's one. you said in a recent interview, ann, you don't really want republicans to win both houses. why? >> well, part of is justi justification for what i think was going to happen. i never thought the republicans could take a senate because only a third of the senators are up in any one election cycle, and it happens that the third that are up this year come from very blue states. i mean, california, new york, oregon, washington. illinois, it's just not a good year for us and we have to pick up ten seats. i never thought w
in the panel. stephen hayes, senior writer for "weekly standard." judith miller from the "manhattan institute." and syndicated columnist charles krauthammer. charles? >> if that is what you get when a group of hand-pick ed members of an audience, imagine what you would have got with a random selection of audience that would have been more raucous. it clearly is not something that helped him. i was struck by the fact nothing new came out of it. but one statement is classic obama that reappears over and over again. he says my challenge is i'm thinking about the next generation, and there were a lot of folks out there who are thinking about the next election. this is the trophy he uses all the time. "the folks out there" the republicans, only about power, winning election and all that. i, the father of our nation, stand above all this and act only in the national interest looking at the next election. what is so great about it, it's so obviously false. he would haven't been in the meeting in the instance in the first place if he weren't election nearing. he knows the polls are showing that peopl
of o complying if they're ever served with a wiretap order. >>> stephen colbert will be back in new york city after facing what may have been his toughest audience yet, congress. the comedy central host testified about conditions facing america's undocumented farm workers. there was a little bit of confuse as to whether or not he was going to be testifying as stephen colbert or whether he would be in character -- well, check out his testimony. >> picking beans, packing corn for hours on end side by side in the unforgiving sun. i have to say and i do mean this sincerely, please don't make me do this again. it is really, really hard. for one thing when you're picking beans, you have to spend all day bending over. it turns out and i did not know this that most soil is at ground level. if we can put a man on the moon, why can't we make the earth waist high? come on. where is the funding? >> for once, there's kind of a bipartisan agreement that colbert's testimony was anything but funny. republican congressman steve king said colbert mocked the entire process and steny hoyer told wallace
, of the obama administration's emergency rescue of the auto industry. stephen, good morning, i apologize, i was running. >> running is good for you. >> running in and out. why did you write this book? >> because i thought this was an enormous accomplishment by the obama administration. a singular accomplishment for which there was a beginning, a middle and almost an end and i thought the country deserved to understand. >> you're a guy who does not need the money, you do not need the attention, you don't need trouble and you know that you have talked about some of the things in this book that are going to capture some headlines and as a smart guy, you knew those would capture attention. did you think about it? >> i thought people would take a look at the book in its entirety. it was not some effort to telltales or talk out of school. >> but you do include some anecdotes of some interactions that you had with some key members of the administration. rahm emanuel denies some of the things that you say he said in the book, but one thing in particular you talk about buy it was important to bail o
in a while you need to get drunk in order to appreciate sobriety. stephen writes, real? maybe yes, maybe no. what's real si the contempt that most of us have for the way our elected officials feed at the public trough and put their interests party first ahead of ours. s.j. writes from honolulu, no, the tea party victories are the result of all the lies and propaganda is republican party has been pushing out over the last couple of years. now they have pushed their base so far to the right as to alienate most moderates and independents. we can only hope that the chicken comes home to roost in november. and harold in alaska writes it's not the boston tea party, it's more like the mat hatter's tea party, with sarah in wonderland presiding. if you want to read more on this, you'll find it on cnn.com/caffer cnn.com/caffertyfile. >>> the centers for disease control calls it an alarming insure jeptd. what the government is now doing to fight bed bugs. plus she managed a heavyweight defeat against her own party. my. that's when you find out your cut-rate insurance it ain't payin' for this. so get a
't and that's worth something. a lot. >> larry: always a delight. thank you. associate justice stephen breyer, "making our democracy work." time now for "ac 360" and time now for "ac 360" and anderson cooper. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, the explosion, the fire, the death and destruction. new evidence it might have been prevented. we've learned a california utility knew a gas pipeline was aging, planned to upgrade a portion of it, even charged their customers to do the work but that work never got done. we're keeping them honest. also tonight, christine o'donnell's stunning upset in delaware's senate race, the tea party's growing power, and why today so many republican party leaders who lined up against her before the primary are now saying they're embracing her. at least in public. congressman ron paul joins us live. >>> and later why pennsylvania's governor is so embarrassed it comes down to this question, how would you feel if you found out government was spying on you, reporting you to local police as a potential threat just because you were taking part in a peaceful
, british scientist stephen hawking says god was not necessary for creating the universe. those statements to be published in his new book. jenna: well, new developments on a story we told you about yesterday. a vicious attack in vancouver, washington. right now police are trying to track down the woman who threw acid on this 28-year-old woman's face. in the meantime, we've also gotten a picture of bethany after the attack as well. a scary story, harris. >> reporter: yeah. you know, when you see this picture, you really can understand the severity of this crime and why police called it a manhunt in the beginning. there she is after surgery. she's in serious condition reportedly. her mother calling this an act of evil. bethany in that starbucks parking lot in the vancouver, washington, area. a woman came up to her car on monday evening and said, how would you like to drink a little bit of this, pretty girl? and then put this acid-like fluid onto her face. it burned her clothing off her body, that's how severe this was. and had she not been wearing sunglasses -- that she had just purchased -
theoretically won. >> it's so funny, you a great story in the piece about stephen colbert telling his wife their friend, jon stewart had been chosen to host "the daily show." >> she said, wait a minute, he was the quiet guy in the corner with the beard, not the funny one. what's he doing getting the show? stewart is a very smart guy. there's no magic formula as he says. he's worked hard at his humor, getting booed off stage in all the standard sort of start-up things. he lucked into a niche in some ways, "the daily show" existed before he took over as house. it wasn't nearly as political, as topical. he knew he wanted to give it some weight. but some things that have happened in the real world, many of them not funny, have given him openings. and the polarization of media, cable channels, fox obviously the biggest culprit, has given stewart a middle to both poke fun at and sort of represent in some ways. it's going to be interesting, with this rally he talked about last night, he seeing it as a piece of theater, as another goof on glenn beck and everybody else. whether he can do that and n
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